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Latuf Isais Mucci
Fólio : Revista de Letras , 2011,
Abstract: This article aims to expose the dandy soul of Oscar Wilde. His life proves extravagance events, liberty claims, and homoafects tolerance. The Picture of Dorian Gray's author even suffered a criminal process in reason of his relation with Lord Alfred Bruce Douglas, called Bosie, despite Wilde being married. Other biographical issues can demonstrate the fantastic experience in the flamboyant life.
Signos do corpo: Réquichot, Barthes e nós, os outros
Mucci, Latuf Isaias;
Alea : Estudos Neolatinos , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-106X2006000200005
Abstract: studying the image of the body and the body of image, this essay does a semiological reading of the roland barthes's analysis of bernard réquichot's works: which is the image of body that, according to the author of eléments de sémiologie (1965), the work of the artist of the reliquaires (1955) structures? the artist's body plays in the body of the text, drawned by the semiologist, amateur of signs.
A literatura francesa e a pintura: ensaios críticos
Latuf Isaias Mucci
Alea : Estudos Neolatinos , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/s1517-106x2005000100014
Na clave do decadentismo português
Latuf Isaias Mucci
Alea : Estudos Neolatinos , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/s1517-106x2010000200012
Alguma propedêutica semiológica
Latuf Isaias Mucci
Ciberlegenda , 2011,
Abstract: Dentro de uma perspectiva epistemológica, este texto prop e uma reflex o liminar sobre a semiologia, a partir da própria nomenclatura: falar “semiologia” ou “semiótica” implica significa es, fincadas em pressupostos e fundamentos diferenciados.
Governmental Leadership without a Political Party  [PDF]
Raffaele De Mucci
Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2018.83020
Abstract: This article focuses on the theme of strengthening government leadership within contemporary democracy schemes, irrespective of their forms of Government-parliamentary or presidential. They are, in most cases, leaders-without-party in the sense that, though (formally) sponsored by a political party, they manage to impose and legitimize themselves by virtue of their personalities along with a team of loyal followers, doing without their own party and often opposing to it. This phenomenon of leadership concentration” of the head of Government is evident even in parliamentary systems whereaccording with the Germanys historical prototypeis defined as a “chancellor democracy”. We can get many examples of this tendency around the world in the latest ten years.
Audit of ultrasound measurement of invasive breast cancers compared with histological size
Brian Mucci, Robert Shaw
Clinical Audit , 2010, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/CA.S9663
Abstract: udit of ultrasound measurement of invasive breast cancers compared with histological size Methodology (4000) Total Article Views Authors: Brian Mucci, Robert Shaw Published Date June 2010 Volume 2010:2 Pages 41 - 43 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/CA.S9663 Brian Mucci, Robert Shaw Radiology Department, Southern General Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland, UK Abstract: An accurate measure of breast cancer size is important since it influences therapy choice and can be used to monitor response to treatment. Ultrasound is known to underestimate tumor size, but experienced operators should achieve a good correlation between measurements and histological size. There is a wide range of published correlation coefficients with a mean of 0.74 and range of 0.45 to 0.92. Tumor type can influence the correlation with lobular carcinomas, in particular, being more difficult to visualize and measure on imaging. A minimum correlation of 0.6 with a desirable target of 0.75 seems achievable. This short report demonstrates how readily available software can be used to calculate and graphically display a correlation coefficient of ultrasound and histological tumor measurements. Using our results for one year, we illustrate the use of this software as an auditing tool.
Non Convulsive Status Epilepticus: An Elusive Diagnosis  [PDF]
Rebeca O. Millan-Guerrero, Sara Isais-Millan
Open Journal of Epidemiology (OJEpi) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojepi.2016.61006
Abstract: Absence status is the most common form of non-convulsive status epilepticus and is characterized by confusion with varying degrees of memory loss and cognitive impairment. Patients and Method: Three children were sent to neurological consultation due to behavioral alterations and a prolonged confused state; they were hospitalized and treated with sodium diphenylhydantoinate (DPH) IV at a dose of 10 mg/Kg. Results: The duration of symptoms varied from 6 months to 10 days. All three patients presented with global mental alterations, showing slowness in response and action. The electroencephalogram showed a pattern of slow, generalized stem and poly-stem-wavelengths of 3 - 4 Hz, which were registered for one hour. After the DPH bolus, the attack spontaneously ended in the 3 patients and upon examination all three presented with amnesia of the events occurring during the attack. In the follow-up, two of the patients did not experience further episodes and they showed normal scholastic achievement. The third patient however, after suffering a 6-month status epilepticus, failed the school year and finished his elementary education until the age of 15, experiencing similar difficulties with his secondary education. Discussion: Non-convulsive status epilepticus is more difficult to diagnose mainly because the manifestations are predominantly psychiatric and can be confused with other diseases or with an overdose of anti- convulsive drugs. A prolonged state of mental confusion, with no other explanation, should alert the attending physician to take an electroencephalogram in order to confirm the diagnosis. In our patients, DPH immediately controlled paroxysmal activity. We can therefore conclude that the problem is not in the treatment, but rather in making the correct diagnosis.
Syncope in Prinzmetal’s variant angina
Nicola Parenti,Fabrizio Mucci,Tiziano Lenzi
Emergency Care Journal , 2006, DOI: 10.4081/ecj.2006.2.7
Abstract: Syncope is a very common disease in Emergency Department. Prinzmetal’s variant angina has an high prevalence in Italy. It could begin as a syncope. Early diagnosis of both is important because their prognosis is sometimes unfavourable. During initial evaluation, physical and instrumental exams aren’t often diagnostic. On the contrary, the history is often useful. If there is a diagnostic hypothesis of cardiac syncope, ECG monitoring, also for 48-72 hours, is fundamental.
Properly pricing country risk: a model for pricing long-term fundamental risk applied to central and eastern European countries
Debora Revoltella,Fabio Mucci,Dubravko Mihaljek
Financial Theory and Practice , 2010,
Abstract: The private sector has used proxies such as sovereign credit ratings, spreads on sovereign bonds and spreads on sovereign credit default swaps (CDS) to gauge country risk, even though these measures are pricing the risk of default of government bonds, which is different from the risks facing private participants in cross-border financing. Under normal market conditions, the CDS spreads are a very useful source of information on country risk. However, the recent crisis has shown that the CDS spreads might lead to some underpricing or overpricing of fundamentals in the case of excessively low or excessively high risk aversion. In this paper we develop an alternative measure of country risk that extracts the volatile, short-term market sentiment component from the sover eign CDS spread in order to improve its reliability in periods of market distress. We show that adverse market sentiment was a key driver of the sharp increase in sovereign CDS spreads of central and eastern European (CEE) countries during the most severe phase of the crisis. We also show that our measure of country risk sheds some light on the observed stability of cross-border bank flows to CEE banks during the crisis.
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